Category Archives: TV

TV Review: The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 12 “Say Yes” ups the ante in cheese factor

With four episodes left in the season, we and the group from Alexandria are all gearing up for one hell of a showdown. That means the stakes get higher, situations get more tense and occasionally Greg Nicotero and his crew need to pad out an episode here and there. Not to say that “Say Yes” was a bad episode – I’d be pretty disappointed if at this late stage, they produced something forgettable – but it probably didn’t feel as weighty as it should have.... Continue Reading

David Morrissey on The Governor vs Negan, The Walking Dead and playing polarising characters (EXCLUSIVE)

We had the opportunity to meet and chat with actor David Morrissey, the first part of our interview discussing his new series The Missing. However most Australian and American audiences would be more familiar with Morrissey as The Governor in The Walking Dead or going back even earlier in the musical comedy Blackpool. We couldn’t resist asking him a few questions about his earlier work that has now brought him to where he’s at.... Continue Reading

Watch the intense teaser for David Fincher’s thrilling Netflix series Mindhunter

Rolling off from the incredible success of House of Cards, David Fincher (The Social Network, Gone Girl) has returned to Netflix for a new series, Mindhunter. In the vein of True Detective, the series follows a a pair of FBI agents as they interview imprisoned serial killers in an attempt to solve cases in 1979.... Continue Reading

TV Review: In its pilot, BBC First’s The Moonstone re-invents the period drama

A diamond is a girl’s best friend, but according to The Moonstone, it’s a curse. If anything, it warns against steal any treasure, let alone a sacred one. The BBC have delivered another refreshing and breathtaking miniseries here, an adaptation of Wilkie Collins’ underrated classic, considered to be the first detective novel.... Continue Reading

Trailer released for the Selena Gomez executive produced Netflix series 13 Reasons Why

Netflix is getting a new series based on Jay Asher’s best selling young adult novel 13 Reasons Why on Friday, March 31st. There’s a bit of an all star team behind this one – some episodes are directed by Academy Award winner Tom McCarthy (Spotlight), the film is executive produced by Selena Gomez (yes, THE Selena Gomez) and among the leads is newcomer Aussie actress Katherine Langford.... Continue Reading